Pilling happens where there’re excess fibres being pushed to the surface as they’re being sat on. Usually our striped fabrics would be the greatest offenders in this area.

Nomad and the English Stripes use a combination of cotton and polyester, so while a mixed composition provides the best of both worlds, light pilling is actually quite common on these cross-weaving textiles.

The best way to remove them is to use a shaver (yes, a razor shaver) and then some light vacuuming.

Once excess fibers have lifted up, the pilling will stop.